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1997 s-10 power windows and blower quit at the same time

They work intermittently together but quit together. Have replaced all relevant fuses and the "B" and "A" breakers. Are they tied together, and if so, where is the connection?

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You may have a short.look for burnt,bare,loose wire form the power window unit to fuse box.same for blower motor to fuse box.its a lot to cover but be therough.

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SOURCE: Power accessories will not work

There are either one or two fusible links at the starter, and possibly one at the alternator. The fusible links will look like regular wire, but have a smaller gauge fuse wire inside the insulation. While looking at the starter, you will find the large battery cable connected to a 7/16" stud on the solenoid. You will also find two-three smaller wires connected to the same terminal. Check these by pulling on them (four to five lbs. of pull should be sufficient) if you feel any give, or if the insulation breaks and you don't see any wire, then you have found your problem. The fusible links will be easily identified by the texture of the insulation. The insulation generally feels much softer than the insulation on the other wires around them. Test the wire on the rear of the alternator the same way. If you only see one wire on the rear stud of the alternator, then it does not have a fusible link connected there, and they are all at the starter. Look for orange wires that change color after going through a black plastic connector about 3-5 inches from the terminal connection.

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SOURCE: Power Windows Still Not Working

you need to pull the switches and see if you have power at the switch .. then check to see if there is power farther down near the motor .. this will tell you what is going on .. if you have power there then the motor is burnt but if no power you need to find out where this wiring is grounded or tworn up .. look inside the door first place to see if it has a problem .. like in the hinge area.. thanks Jerry and holler if you need more.

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SOURCE: Power windows all quit working fuse is good

Try checking the power switch. When i had to replace mine, the passenger window quit working too. but once replaced both were fine. You usually have to go to the Chevy dealership. It cost me $125.

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SOURCE: 2000 chevy tahoe no power to front ac blower

the blower is controlled by a relay under the dash

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SOURCE: blower - power window stopped working

The window sounds like it's the regulator

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